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Inwood Hill Park

Parc, Chemin et Belvédère / Panorama
Inwood, New York
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  • Les experts de Time Out New York et The Corcoran Group recommandent cet endroit
    • Time Out New York
    • The Corcoran Group
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  • NYC Parks
    NYC ParksOctobre 28, 2013
    Places to Run: Opt for expansive views of the Hudson River, New Jersey and the Bronx, while running along the sprawling waterfront of this 192-acre park, in the northern section of Manhattan. En savoir plus
  • NYC Parks
    NYC ParksAoût 6, 2013
    Discarded umbrellas are assembled into a 24ft diameter spherical dome which floats on the water as a revelation of the city’s accumulated waterborne debris. See Harvest Dome 2.0 until Aug 31, 2013 En savoir plus
  • The Corcoran Group
    The Corcoran GroupJanvier 6, 2012
    A hidden treasure that’s overshadowed by the nearby Cloisters…but once you get up here, you’ll enjoy glorious views of the Hudson River while lazing in the grass.
    A voté pour il y a Jul 29
  • Harlem A.
    Is this still in New York? Those hills and green spaces will have you asking repeatedly. Great for kids and dogs. Team sports have their designated spaces so roam. The nabe youth may pounce w/o notice
  • NYC Parks
    NYC ParksJuillet 9, 2013
    Walk through a forest grove of tulip trees, oaks, and maples on a historic trail that leads to where the park’s oldest trees – two Cottonwoods planted before the park was established – still live En savoir plus
    A voté pour il y a Jul 30
  • Richie S.
    Richie StarkAoût 19, 2015
    The last natural forest and park in Manhattan. Minus the sounds of the Hudson parkway, you feel like you're on Manhattan back when it was covered in trees.
  • Robin C.
    Robin CarmanAoût 1, 2015
    Hands down the best park in the city. Quiet and idyllic, it's got tennis courts, baseball diamonds, batting cages, hiking and running trails, Indian caves, kayaking, our own Shakespeare in the park
  • NYC Parks
    NYC ParksOctobre 16, 2013
    Fall Foliage: Witness the changing colors of the leaves while trailing through the last remaining, naturally occurring, native hardwood (oak–hickory) forest on the Manhattan Island.
  • margaret v.
    margaret velezNovembre 19, 2013
    Beautiful park, not to be missed, oasis in the big apple.
    A voté pour il y a Jul 24
  • Maria W.
    Maria WanderMars 30, 2013
    Those sparkly slabs of stone on the hiking trails are garnet and mica encrusted Manhattan schist, bedrock on which the NYC skyscrapers rest.
  • Marlene M.
    Marlene MrakovcicJuillet 10, 2017
    Love the Indian caves and walking off the regular trails into overgrown areas of the park.
    A voté pour il y a Aug 29
  • Time Out New York
    Time Out New YorkJuin 13, 2013
    The dense foliage and beautiful sky-high trees—which rise to a height of more than 100 feet and create a full canopy—make it easy to forget you’re still in the 212 area code. En savoir plus
  • nycHealthy
    nycHealthySeptembre 6, 2012
    Make NYC Your Gym with your friends by challenging them to a pick-up basketball game at Inwood Hill Park. Making NYC Your Gym with others is not only good exercise but tons of fun!
  • Nina L.
    Nina LewisDécembre 2, 2013
    There are red tail hawks in the park . The mated pair had two chicks. I saw them fledge and have photos of them. The pRents reside in the park and roost across the street from my apt.
  • Time Out New York
    Time Out New YorkSeptembre 10, 2010
    Pedal, run or walk here along the Hudson or via the last two stops on the A train. The hiking trails are so quiet you almost forget you’re in the city.
  • Courtney K.
    Courtney KleinNovembre 24, 2015
    A visité ce lieu plus de 50 fois
    This is the largest natural deciduous forest in Manhattan. Check out the Indian caves and marvel at the beauty!
  • Cristina R.
    Cristina RosadoAoût 25, 2012
    If you come before 430, you can paddle a canoe for free. I hear there's lots of untouched nature here also.
  • Marieka J.
    Marieka JacksonSeptembre 13, 2011
    The Cloisters are by donation. Give em 50cents and you're good to spend the afternoon in their courtyards reading, writing or sketching.
  • Diego R.
    Diego RufoMars 31, 2011
    Want to get a feeling for what Manhattan was like in her natural state? On the park's website, they offer cool nature/historic tours - they even host Shakespearean plays in the summer. En savoir plus
  • NYC Parks
    NYC ParksOctobre 12, 2011
    Check out some of the best bird watching in NYC here at Inwood Hill Park, the last remaining natural forest in Manhattan.
  • Great S.
    Great SaunterMai 3, 2013
    3/4th the way done with our hike, THE GREAT SAUNTER!! Join us May 5, 2013 for our annual 32-mile hike around Manhattan! Visit http://shorewalkers.org/ for details and registrations!!
  • Darshy N.
    Darshy NFévrier 23, 2015
    So quiet and serene, you'll forget you're in a bustling city.
  • Gina R.
    Gina RobertelloMars 25, 2011
    A visité ce lieu plus de 100 fois
    On a balmy night you can catch the bagpiper around sunset near the East River. Simply beautiful.
  • Thomas P.
    Thomas PajorAoût 17, 2015
    The park is a quite and peaceful retreat from the city… it it wasn't for that highway which runs across it.
  • Jeremy W.
    Jeremy WilcoxOctobre 5, 2014
    One of the best parks in the city for hikes and walks.
  • Great S.
    Great SaunterMai 3, 2013
    Midway point for the Great Saunter!!! Join us May 4, 2013 for our annual 32-mile hike around Manhattan! Visit http://shorewalkers.org/ for details and registrations!!
  • Jessica E.
    Jessica EliasSeptembre 25, 2011
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    Awesome hiking trails that lead to great views overlooking the hudson.
  • Jamie D.
    Jamie DumbillMai 28, 2017
    Nice wooded park great for a walk around.
  • New York D.
    New York Dog NannySeptembre 13, 2015
    Great place to go on a mini hike with your pup.
  • Sean N.
    Sean NickleyOctobre 14, 2016
    Great for a secluded and leisurely stroll.
  • Walking a.
    Walking and TypingJuin 17, 2013
    to visit overlook and caves in the northern section of the parl tale the A train to 207th street or the 1 train to 215th
  • Angy A.
    Angy AbreuAvril 29, 2017
    Love it great for dogs and just chilling outside
  • Mike F.
    Mike FerreroJanvier 17, 2014
    oh wow the stargazing on the hilltop here is crabsolutely amazing....dolphinitely!
  • Wesley Y.
    Wesley YountJuillet 29, 2013
    Lots of homeless men in the south end. Beware and don't go alone.
  • Jim D.
    Jim DawsonMars 15, 2012
    Go for Starry Nights - great telescopes and informative folks
  • Amanda M.
    Amanda MenezesOctobre 20, 2013
    Great place to paint! Love all the dogs around and cute cafe on the corner
  • Elizabeth P.
    Elizabeth PaulinoJuin 3, 2013
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    Best park to practice yoga!
  • Akio T.
    Akio TsuchiyaJanvier 10, 2016
    Salt marsh and bird watching
  • Shelly P.
    Shelly PlaceAoût 30, 2013
    BALD EAGLES LIVE HERE! Stay by the river for a better chance of seeing them.
  • Kevin Scott C.
    Kevin Scott CollinsMars 20, 2010
    Please be careful at night, do not walk around alone. If you must, stay near lighted areas and stay alert.
  • Mike J.
    Mike JohnsonAvril 25, 2017
    A walk in the woods, in NYC.
  • Macy R.
    Macy RaeMars 3, 2012
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    Wait on the lady about the fashion show hope it not too long today we are looking gd.
  • Jay R.
    Jay RabinowitzMars 12, 2010
    A visité ce lieu plus de 100 fois
    look for eagles sitting in the trees along the trails high up on the hill.
  • Zach Aarons
    Zach AaronsAvril 29, 2010
    Visit the old caves used by Lenape Native Americans up through the 17th Century En savoir plus
  • Katie F.
    Katie FlanaganJuin 22, 2010
    Great Natural Park at the tip on Manhattan En savoir plus
  • Elton J.
    Elton JulianNovembre 14, 2012
    Inwood Hill Park
  • Olga N.
    Olga Novoa-SullivanJuillet 6, 2011
    A visité ce lieu plus de 10 fois
    No, the "eagles “ are actually bald eagles. Many people have seen them.
  • Jose D.
    Jose DiazMars 22, 2011
    A visité ce lieu plus de 50 fois
    Great trails
  • Dustin W.
    Dustin WarringtonAvril 26, 2010
    A visité ce lieu plus de 10 fois
    The "eagles" are actually hawks. En savoir plus
  • Victor J.
    Victor JocksbyrjDécembre 18, 2014
    bring your camera because you may want to take pictures. Its really pretty there.
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